Western calls to arm the Kurds and bomb Iraq are both hypocritical and dangerous, argues John Rees.
As the weight of public opinion begins to turn against Israeli atrocities in Gaza, Brian Christopher argues that it's time for the campaign of Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) to charge forward. He argues that we should isolate Israel’s every export, prevent every arms deal and cut all cultural ties with Israel while building a thousand bridges in and out of Gaza.
With the Israeli assault on Gaza still raging, John Rees argues that a one state solution is the only way to establish a just and lasting peace.
Jonathon Shafi reports on Saturday's Gaza solidarity demonstration in Glasgow... and its coverage from the BBC.
Brian Christopher argues that the latest atrocities being perpetrated in Gaza demand an international response on the streets.
Sinead Dunn examines the Balfour Declaration and its tragic consequences for Palestine and the Middle-East
The deepest, most reactionary part of the Egyptian state machine is asserting its power, says John Rees.
David Jamieson looks at the fast moving and dramatic events in Egypt.
Holly Rigby analyses the English Defence League's twitter offensive after the Woolwich attack. She argues that whilst we should not over-emphasize the EDL's increasing social media presence, the left does have lessons to learn about dominating social networks.
Reem Abu-Hayyeh remembers the Palestinian 'Nakba' - the 'Catastrophe' - which still hangs over the Palestinian people today and compels them to fight for justice and self-determination.